To represent and assist the SEIU-Local 2015 in achieving the Organizations Program goals in the field; to supervise, train and direct International Union staff, local union staff or special project staff under the supervision of the Director; designs and implements organizing plans.
The Organizing Coordinator performs a wide range of duties and responsibilities which may encompass many of those included in the Coordinator-in-Training job description. In addition, the Organizing Coordinator will routinely:
1. Supervise, lead, assign, and evaluate staff including developing individual work plans with staff and overseeing their implantation and evaluation. Administer corrective discipline including termination if necessary
2. Recruit, interview, and recommend hiring staff.
3. Formulates and administers organizing plans and campaigns, develops campaign budgets, oversees office administration. Authorizes expenditures within the campaign budget.
4. Mentors Organizing Coordinator-in-Training and staff in organizing, training among staff as it relates to member organizing, new member organizing and coordinate multiple campaigns.
The Organizing Coordinator position requires a high level of judgment, leadership, and commitment to the goals of SEIU and its leaders.
The Organizing Coordinator must be able to work independently with elected leaders in complex political and local union situations.
The Organizing Coordinator must have experience in all elements of an organizing campaign, including leading staff, staff supervision, planning, and budgeting.